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On View> Erica Stoller & Melissa Murray Walk The Line With New Brooklyn Exhibition

Traverse A.I.R. Gallery Brooklyn, New York Through March 2, 2014 Traverse is an exhibition of new works by Melissa Murray and Erica Stoller at A.I.R Gallery in Brooklyn’s DUMBO neighborhood. Murray’s work focuses on pausing her daily life to examine personalized images that are swiftly tucked away in her subconscious. Stoller makes wall related sculptures that relate […]

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On View> Doris Duke’s Shangri La: Architecture, Landscape, and Islamic Art at the University of Michigan Museum of Art

Doris Duke’s Shangri La: Architecture, Landscape, and Islamic Art University of Michigan Museum of Art 525 South State Street, Ann Arbor, MI Through May 4 Following a 1935 honeymoon that brought her to Morocco, Syria, Iran, Pakistan, India, and Indonesia, enigmatic heiress Doris Duke began work on Shangri-La, her paean to Islamic art and architecture. The […]

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On View> “Mario Botta: Architecture and Memory” at the Bechtler

Mario Botta: Architecture and Memory Bechtler Museum of Modern Art Charlotte, NC Through July 25, 2014 The architect Mario Botta is known for his postmodern or idiosyncratic country houses, churches, and institutional buildings in the Ticino region of Switzerland and Europe. He actually worked in the studio of Le Corbusier as a young man and […]

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Look Out, Los Angeles: The Architecture & Design Film Festival Is Headed Your Way

This March, Angelenos will get front-row seats to the nation’s largest art, architecture, and urbanism–oriented film festival. Founded in 2009 in New York, the Architecture & Design Film Festival (ADFF) is coming to the West Coast for the first time March 12–16. The ADFF’s program includes 30 feature-length and short films, plus panel discussions, Q&A […]

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On View> The Seattle Art Museum presents “Miró: The Experience of Seeing”

Miró: The Experience of Seeing Seattle Art Museum 1300 First Avenue, Seattle, WA February 13 to May 25 The Seattle Art Museum will be offering a look—almost unprecedented in its breadth for this side of the Atlantic—at the later work of Spanish artist Joan Miró’s. The work on view has been culled entirely from Madrid’s […]

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On View> “Takeshi Murata: Melter 2” at the Contemporary Art Museum of St. Louis

Takeshi Murata: Melter 2 Contemporary Art Museum of St. Louis 3750 Washington Road, Saint Louis, MO Through April 27 New York–based artist Takeshi Murata will be transforming the facade of the Contemporary Art Museum of St. Louis through the installation of Melter 2. Created in 2003, the playful piece of video is being enlarged from its […]

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Event> Blueprints, Blue Jeans & Bluegrass in San Francisco

  The California College of the Arts (CCA) was founded in 1907 by Frederick Meyer, a German arts and crafts cabinetmaker and did not have an architecture program until the 1980s. However it has been making great strides in the past 10 years to become more of a presence on the international art and design stage. […]

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On View> Materials & Applications: Building Something (Beyond) Beautiful

Materials & Applications: Building Something (Beyond) Beautiful, Projects 2002 – 2013 University Art Museum, Cal State Long Beach Through April 13 On January 25th  a mix of architects, designers, collaborators, and previous staff showed up at the Cal State Long Beach University Art Museum to acknowledge ten years of exhibition work for Silver Lake–based outdoor […]

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On View> Rome’s MAXXI Museum Honors Alessandro Anselmi

Opening this week at Rome’s MAXXI is an exhibition honoring the late Alessandro Anselmi. Curated by his son and associate Valentino Anselmi and Valerio Palmieri, this important exhibition consists of 100 exquisite drawings, models, and watercolors from the 1960s through 2002. The show is organized thematically to lead the viewer through various aspects of Anselmi’s […]

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On View> MoMA Presents “Frank Lloyd Wright and the City: Density vs. Dispersal”

Frank Lloyd Wright and the City: Density vs. Dispersal Museum of Modern Art 11 West 53 Street, New York, NY February 1 to June 1 Frank Lloyd Wright and the City: Density vs. Dispersal will represent the first exhibit resulting from the recent join acquisition of the architect’s archives by MoMA and Columbia University’s Avery Architectural and Fine Arts […]

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On View> Izhar Patkin: The Wandering Veil at MASS MoCA

Izhar Patkin: The Wandering Veil MASS MoCA 87 Marshall St., North Adams, MA Through September 1, 2014 Izhar Patkin: The Wandering Veil is a survey of the Israeli-born, New York-based artist. Grand, labyrinthine, yet intimate, the exhibition occupies the entirety of MASS MoCA’s largest gallery. The works on display are rich with personal narrative, political […]

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On View> “Tacita Dean: JG” at the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles

Tacita Dean: JG Hammer Museum 10899 Wilshire Boulevard Los Angeles Through January 26, 2014 JG, the latest work in film from British-born, Berlin-based artist Tacita Dean, is inspired by her correspondence with British author J.G. Ballard and the connections between his short story, “The Voice of Time,” and Robert Smithson’s landmark earthwork, Spiral Jetty. […]

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